The Right Combination of Eating Pattern and Bacteria May Limit Cancer Progression

 

More and more research supports the fact that what we eat, (or don’t eat) impacts our gut microbiome, the collection of microorganisms (including bacteria) that thrive in our intestines. It’s well known that nutrition plays a significant role in preventing cancers. Diets high in fiber, for example, cut the risk of developing certain cancers such as colorectal cancer (CRC). While these eating p...

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